Radio stations are being cautioned against inciting Kenyans as we head to the elections. Media Council chief executive Haron Mwangi says they are monitoring 80 radio stations as well as newspapers and television stations to ensure they do not spread inciting messages. Mwangi says vernacular radio stations are particularly the biggest culprits as they are airing utterances; an issue that they are looking into.
The Star (Nairobi)
Kenya: Media Council Sends Warnings About ContentBy Nelly Gitau, 31 January 2013
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